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ADNAN JANUZAJ ALL SET FOR A TRANSFER FROM MANCHESTER UNITED TO SUNDERLAND AFTER THE EMBARRASSMENT FROM THE MANAGER JOSE MOURINHO.

ADNAN JANUZAJ ALL SET FOR A TRANSFER FROM MANCHESTER UNITED TO SUNDERLAND AFTER THE EMBARRASSMENT FROM THE MANAGER JOSE MOURINHO.

Manchester United’s winger Januzaj sensed himself undignified by the manager Jose Mourinho for pushing him towards the way end of Manchester.

 

Januzaj who plays for Belgium at the international level is all checked up to shake hands with Sunderland on loan as because for the season he has been discarded by the newly joined manager of Old Trafford.

 

Mourinho as he made the 21 year old depart from Manchester from his position, the winger is very much upset with this move by Mourinho as he didn’t owed any explanation for the deed.

 

And the winger Januzaj is also upset the fact that he is leaving his club on load to Sunderland, when he was searching for a permanent move to slip down the knot.

 

The young lad feels that Mourinho has not given him enough chance to prove himself as of what he is truly capable of, he also had a personal fitness trainer with him during the summer to ensure his fitness and to back up Manchester with his best form.

 

As per Januzaj he was either willing to make a transfer to Serie A or La Liga, but he was sent on a temporary deal to Sunderland.

 

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